Contrary to popular belief, when the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie, that's a lawsuit. Enjoy Italian cuisine without fear of physical reprisal with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of Italian food and drink at Finemondo. This Groupon is not valid for use toward Finemondo's happy hour or lunch specials. Finemondo is open daily, except Sundays.
Finemondo brings authentic Italian country-kitchen cuisine to Washington, DC, in a warm, well-lit dining room that recalls the simple hearth of a Tuscan villa. Plunge into Finemondo's menu with hot and cold appetizers, such as the fried calamari ($9.50 for lunch, $10 for dinner), pan-roasted sea scallops ($11.50/$12.50), or mozzarella with melon and prosciutto ($8.50/$9.50). Traditional pasta dishes include gnocchi in a creamy tomato-porcini sauce ($17.50/$18.50), spaghetti and meatballs ($17.50/$18.50), and lasagna ($18.50/$19.50). Meat-eaters can whirl through the carnivortex with the braciola ($19.50/$24.50), beef rolled with prosciutto, pecorino cheese, and pinenuts; the bocconcini di vitello's ($19.50/$24.50) veal bites braised with white wine, cream, oven-dried tomatoes, and chili peppers; or a classic chicken parmigiana ($19.50/$24.50). For a captivating conclusion to these elegant exercises in Italian eats, Finemondo deals in decadent desserts, including the frutti di bosco ($8.50), which coats mixed berries with balsamic vinegar and is served with vanilla ice cream, and a crème brûlée ($7.50) with a Giuseppe Arcimboldo painting's worth of seasonal fruit.
Owned and operated by Primi Piatti's proprietors, Finemondo similarly prides itself on its attentive service and comfortable atmosphere. Get your Groupon and visit Finemondo for authentic Italian dining to satisfy the hungry Hydra lingering in your inner Lerna.
- With more than five years of experience preparing handmade pastas and roasted meats and fish daily, Finemondo is an approximation of countryside villa style coupled with big city presentation. – Metromix
- The chicken parm was good size, and not too shabby, and I liked that they served veggies with it instead of pasta. – Pam B., Yelp
- Homemade mozzerella was wonderful. – Howard4, TripAdvisor
- The presentation was pretty and the food was exactly what I wanted...I would definitely return. – Cheryl Platz, Urbanspoon
Downtown - Penn Quarter - Chinatown
1319 F Street
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